150 Almighty God, You Own My Heart

Verse 1

Whose words are sweetest and nourished my spirit?

Whose love’s most beautiful and seized my heart?

Whose work’s most wonderful, cleansing man’s vice?

Who gives salvation, takes me to God’s throne?

Who expresses the truth to save man?

Who makes me see the light once again?

Who is the most lovable person?

Who’s the one that I will think of always?

Chorus

Almighty God, my beloved, You’re in my heart.

Almighty God, my beloved, You own my heart.

Verse 2

You’ve been managing man for six thousand years,

now incarnated again to gain people.

You sigh heavily at man’s great vice,

watching all people from up in heaven.

Walking among, interacting with man,

You are experiencing worldly hardships.

You speak and work, giving of Your heart’s blood

to perfect people who truly love You.

Chorus

Almighty God, my beloved, You’re in my heart.

Almighty God, my beloved, You own my heart.

Verse 3

What should people get from their belief in God?

They should get knowledge of God and the truth.

What’s the most worthwhile hardship to endure?

The one causing man’s disposition to change.

Which path yields success? Peter’s path of loving God.

What is true love for God? Caring for Him with heart.

God hopes man can be changed and gained by Him.

I’ll try to satisfy Him, soothe His heart.

Chorus

Almighty God, my beloved, You’re in my heart.

Almighty God, my beloved, You own my heart.

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